London’s Regent Street was named after Prince George (IV) (George Regent). And it extends from the St James’s Waterloo Place through the Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus to the All Souls Church then to Portland Place, Regent’s Park and the Langham Place. Visitors along London’s Regent Street are put off by the Regent Street’s Nash-sweep design. But Regent Street is one of the best streets in London and was inspired by the Mayfair separation. These are some of the things why Regent is a lively and fascinating Street.
Regent Street has excellent shopping outlets
Regent Street is West London’s biggest shopping street and is a hub of purchase that presents everything from electronics, fabrics, and toys. Regent Street is also a nice place to window shop. The street has restricted building rules that ensure that every shop blends into the street’s elegant architecture and Liberty is the best shopping area along Regent that was inspired by the Mikado music of the Oriental period. The eastern Tudor mock façade can still be experienced along the street. Close by is the banana republic, Aquascutum, Ted Baker the Apple Store among other clothing flagship store.
Most of these Regent Street shops run parallel to each other and are quite classy for all shopping occasions. Visiting families benefit most from this arrangement since every store presents an opportunity for every person to get something. Children can get an extensive collection of toys. In fact, Regent Hamleys along Regent Street is one of the most stacked emporium floors of cool toys and is a beautiful place for children outings; even adults get to enjoy as well. The Streets central section is located along the south Piccadilly Circus and the North Oxford Circus.
Regent Street has plenty of eatery joints
Regent Street provides plenty of options for hungry visitors that don’t prefer restaurant food. Regent Street has the most bursting stalls that serve economic but exceptional standard meals. Makatcha is one of the best meals served along Regent. This meal comprises of vegetable, chicken or beef and is an airline kitchen on itself. Makatcha meals are rendered with spice and flavors that everyone loves. Here patrons are treated to the Indonesian specialty of lemongrass and coconut-packed white rice.
The meal is crunchy, fluffy and is served in accompaniment of any vegetable. Away from the vegan diet, the Street has other eating joints that also serve barbecue and meat. One can think of charcoal-gray pork ribs or precision-grilled USDA prime beef ribs. At the Regent’s Swine Bun one can get plenty of these meal options. Many other plenty cafes offer fresh food, and there’s always something for everyone.
Regent Street is a great place to visit. Apart from its great nature, Regent provides plenty of shopping choices. Shoppers can acquire anything ranging from toys, clothes, and electronics among other things. Shops are closely located so that a shopper has the greatest convenience. More so, the street has other plenty of eating joints that serve delicious meals. Regent Street is indeed absorbing and lively, despite its Eastern design.